on the City of Cameron's $2.25 million sewage treatment plant was
completed in August 2001. The new sequencing batch reactor type
treatment plant will serve nearly 600 households in the City.
Kranick Environmental Contractors was the prime contractor on the
treatment plant project now fully operational.
Much of the collection system sewer
line throughout the City is also being replaced. In addition, 127
households within the City have now been added to the system.
Sewer line work was completed in February 2002. More than 47,000
feet of sewer line was replaced throughout the town. The
sanitary sewer system replacement work will cost nearly $4.5
million. Alex E. Paris Contracting and Yeneka Construction are the
prime contractors on all the sewer line work.
Funding sources and amounts on the
City's sanitary sewage system project include the West Virginia
Infrastructure Fund grant and loan totaling $2,865,000 and
$2,530,188 respectively, a $1,250,000 Small Cities Block Grant,
and $122,086 in City funding for a total project cost of
$6,767,274. Engineering and inspection on the project is being
provided by Lennon,
Smith, Souleret Engineering of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania.